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Executive functioning issues

Executive Functioning Issues: What You’re Seeing

By Understood Editors

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Symptoms of executive functioning issues include difficulty with planning, organization, time management, memory and attention. But these issues can look different at different ages. Learn whether some of the challenges your child is facing could be signs of executive functioning issues.

Reviewed by Jenn Osen-Foss Dec 08, 2013 Dec 08, 2013

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